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Tuesday, May 12th
Respect Proverb for Tuesday:
Be strong, but not rude; be kind; but not weak, be bold, but not bully; be humble, but not timid; be proud, but not arrogant....Author unknown
Staircase Towers: Jumps of 1
Unit 5: Session 2.6
-I can analyze and compare patterns generated by different rules
-I can interpret a numerical pattern in the table in terms of the situation it represents
-I can interpret the shape of a graph in terms of the situation the graph represents
-I can compare situations by describing differences in their graphs
***IMPORTANT. When you click on the video or lesson, it will prompt you to a Pearson Sign In. Follow these directions:
- Please click Pearson EasyBridge Plus & Audio
- Type in Niagara Falls City School District and press "Go"
- Click "Sign in as a Student
- Have your child put their user name to log in to their computer at school. Their password is their student ID #.
1. Click on the purple link to review the Math, Words and Ideas videos Growing at a Changing Rate
2. Read the directions on page 337, then complete the table for by clicking the link below
Click the blue link for printable grid paper to help build the staircase.
(Printable 1x1 gride paper to cut out and use as tiles) or, Centimeter Grid Paper to draw the Tower with jumps of 1
3. Remember to draw and fill in Staircase Towers: Jumps of 1 table in a notebook or on a sheet of paper. Be sure to include the date and title of the lesson. When finished, answer the questions about the lesson by clicking on Forms Check your answers before you submit.
Ela (Language Arts)
Title: The Dog Newspaper, by Peg Kerhert
Click the blue links for access activities/links
***Remember -When using on line Jouneys' materials, you can type in the page number you want at the top of the screen and click "the arrow"***
Learning - I can use the RACE strategy to answer a comprehension questions. I can use story details to make inferences and support with text evidence.
1. An autobiography is a person's account of his or her life. As you read/listen to the text, think about quotes or details from the text that include important facts and opinions. Read/listen to p. 542-551 by clicking the link ---> e-book
2. Complete the RACE Questions Assignment on Microsoft Teams. Don't forget to click "Turn In".
3. Independent Reading- Don't forget to keep up with your reading. You can record the minutes you read on this Reading Calendar.
You can work on this Nearpod throughout the week! It is due Friday May 15th
Learning Target: I can understand what the Columbian Exchange was and how the Columbian Exchange affected countries in the Western Hemisphere.
Today you will experience another Nearpod presentation. When it asks for your "nickname" please type your first name. Carefully read through the slides to learn about the Columbian Exchange. Some slides can be read to you. You must participate in the questions, videos, activities, and quizzes as you go. Enjoy!
Click here The Columbian Exchange
If you need a code, it is YOBGH
****Please go through slides slowly so you do not miss anything, sometimes it takes a few seconds to load****